W&M's COVID-19 Response


Latest updates:
William & Mary Moment of Silence & Reflection

On April 16, President Katherine A. Rowe led the university community in a moment of silence and reflection as we passed the projected peak of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States

Community Conversation

President Katherine A. Rowe will host the next Community Conversation on April 22 at noon ET. The virtual event will address questions about how the university continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The conversations will continue on a weekly basis each Wednesday at noon ET through May 13.

How You Can Help

Explore ways that you can help others within the William & Mary and surrounding communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

University Messaging
Reflections from a Quiet Campus

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"The Alma Mater of the Nation stands together in the face of a global pandemic. With great strength of purpose, William & Mary students and their families, faculty, staff and alumni have embraced the work of safeguarding our community while ensuring that our learning and research mission remains strong."

– Katherine A. Rowe, President

If you have questions specifically related to area impact of COVID-19, the Virginia Department of Health has opened a call center at 757-594-7069. Please check the Peninsula & Hampton Health District Facebook page for hours of operation. For detailed information about the COVID-19 disease, visit the CDC website.

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